The California Department of Public Health is tracking the number of COVID-19 vaccine doses allocated and administered in cities and counties across the state.
As of the week of Dec. 28, 2020 there were approximately 309,575 doses of the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines sent to 17 cities and counties in Northern California. The actual number of doses available may be higher because there was an additional 275,000 doses given to large healthcare providers or state departments to distribute across the state. And there was a batch of 91,650 doses given to long-term care facilities across California separately.
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Of the total number of doses allocated to this Northern California region, the public health department estimates 116,051 doses have been administered as of Jan. 3, 2021.
Some have complained of the slow place of administering the vaccines. Of the 1,762,900 doses available in the state, 454,306 doses have been administered, according to the public health department site.
Chart: Track the number of coronavirus vaccine doses sent to the Bay Area